>> well, i mean, he has threatened lawsuits many, many times against reporters, including one that he actually won, a libel lawsuit against the "sunday times" of london when a writer, david walsh, who was one of his earliest naysayers, shall we say, published some information in the paper that said that he had doped. he won that lawsuit. of course, the "sunday times of london" is asking for that money back right now. he was a master at intimidating people. he had this great story going on. he was a fairy tale story from the very first time he won the tour de france. and people were enamored with it. that's including many of the journalists who were covering it. and if anybody wrote anything that was negative, he sometimes would call you on the phone in the morning, yelling at you or criticizing you, or he would actually blackball you and not give you any interviews if you wrote anything negative. and for a journalist who had made their money or made their living covering cycling or covering lance armstrong, to not get access to lance that meant they were dead in the water. so he had a lot of power.